Chip and Jo’s Daughter Has a Propagation Station That Will Make You Green with Envy

published Jun 26, 2021
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One of the easiest ways to infuse life into a home is with live plants. From the fiddle leaf fig craze of a few years back to those hanging air plants that almost everyone had swinging from their ceilings and walls, every year a new favorite seems to sprout up. Chip and Joanna Gaines are two of the most influential interior gurus on the planet, and they’re highlighting a current trend in houseplant home design — the aesthetically on point propagation station. 

Jo shared a photo of their daughter’s deliciously delicate farmhouse inspired bedroom on Instagram, which includes a pink shiplap wall devoted to living greenery. “She’s running out of room in here, but I sure love raising little plant loving humans,” she captioned the image of her little one caring for her indoor greens.

The makeshift propagation station is a perfect example of how to creatively integrate plants into a space and maximize their design potential. Not only are there plants on stands and a table, but Gaines purposely added shelving — both above her daughter’s nightstand and to the side of it — in order to stylishly showcase some of the climbing vines. The addition of hanging plants and vertical placement (one beautifully presented in a crocheted plant hanger) also adds some dimension and depth to the indoor gardening sanctuary. 

Of course the rest of the A-frame bedroom is also Magnolia magnificent, complete with two delicately dressed beds, a muted boho rug, attention grabbing light fixture, and again, the pink shiplap accent wall that truly makes the space. 

If you want to infuse some plant life into your home, Apartment Therapy’s Encyclopedia of Houseplants will help get you started.